How would you convert 775 ounces/week to cg/minutes?

And what is "cg" short for?

I just need confirmation on my answer(s), but saying how you figured it out would obviously help and be appreciated.

Thanks.

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- Aug 23rd 2012, 06:07 PMTLHI need an answer to this.
How would you convert 775 ounces/week to cg/minutes?

And what is "cg" short for?

I just need confirmation on my answer(s), but saying how you figured it out would obviously help and be appreciated.

Thanks. - Aug 23rd 2012, 06:20 PMProve ItRe: I need an answer to this.
- Aug 23rd 2012, 06:27 PMTLHRe: I need an answer to this.
It says cg.

Maybe that was something my professor made up? - Aug 23rd 2012, 06:33 PMProve ItRe: I need an answer to this.
It looks like it's a little-used metric measurement of mass, the centigram.

- Aug 23rd 2012, 06:48 PMTLHRe: I need an answer to this.
Oh.

Based on further calculations, my answer appears to be correct, but I'm going to ask him tomorrow before the test. My answer was 218.4. - Sep 1st 2012, 05:16 PMHallsofIvyRe: I need an answer to this.
That is not what I get, but close. Recheck your arithmetic.